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A tribute to Josie Katz, Mark Eliyahu and a photo exhibition: 7 recommendations for the beginning of February - voila! culture


The fifth winter festival at the Culture Hall, an exhibition of Gebra Mandil's photographs - and a few other cultural recommendations that are worth paying attention to this week

The Fifth Winter Festival

The winter festival of the Tel Aviv Culture Hall will be the opening shot to mark the 65th anniversary of the establishment of the hall.

Each evening there will be three simultaneous performances in each of the hall's halls.

The opening show of the festival is "My Loves", a one-time tribute show to the songs of Josie Katz with the participation of Alon Ader, Eli Magen, Assaf Amdorski, Efrat Gush, Berry Sakharof, Yael Kraus, Mika Karni, Keren Ann and Shlomi Shaban.

In addition, there will be performances by Miri Mesika who will host Rita, Hadeg Nachsh who will host Tuna, and much more.


February 8-11


Cultural Center Tel Aviv

Mostonenfest Tallinn-Tel Aviv festival

Mostonenfest Tallinn-Tel Aviv is celebrating a decade with a series of concerts and performances by the best classical and baroque orchestras in Israel with choirs from Estonia - and young soloists from Estonia.

In honor of the decade celebrations, in addition to the concert halls, shows will be held in museums, churches and other alternative spaces, and selected concerts will be open to the general public free of charge.

Festival founder and artistic director: Anders Mustonen.


February 8 to March 12


Across the country

Secretly many voices

The festival will be held at the National Library in Jerusalem and will host for two nights performances, master classes, and discussion and study sessions with a variety of artists and creators in Israeli culture.

Opening performance: Shlomi Shaban and the piano (guests: Ninet Taib and Avishi Cohen), later Mark Eliyahu will host his uncle Tessa and Mayan Linik.


February 1-2


The Jerusalem National Library

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Shay Nobleman

A few days after releasing his new song "Alice Waits", Shay Nobleman continues his comeback and is expected to perform in the ear and sing songs from his albums and some of the new ones on the way, including performances for British bands he especially likes - from the Kinks to the Baller.


February 2


Ozan, Tel Aviv

"The Industry" - 60 years of photography by Gebra Mandil

The Mishkan Beit Mayirov Gallery presents an exhibition of Gebra Mendil, one of the leaders of the Israeli photography world and the first advertising and celebrity photographers of the 1960s and 1970s of the State of Israel.

The exhibition will reveal for the first time photographs that have not been seen until now and were found in his study which has remained closed since he died in 2006.


February 8 to May 3


Mishkan Gallery Beit Mairov, Holon


A group art exhibition of international and Israeli artists, dealing with the idea of ​​"returning home".

The thread connecting all the works is the artists' attempt to examine the feelings and experience of returning home - whether a physical return to a home or homeland, or a return to the community.

The 26 works of the 18 artists participating in the exhibition deal with a variety of interpretations of homecoming.

Curators: Sharon Golan, Etty Mark and Elinora Lapidot (COLLECTOUR).


until March 2


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Moshe Maor 2 Tel Aviv, 1st floor

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February 2


Temune Theater Tel Aviv

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